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Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
Were you one of the thousands that took the birth control medication Yaz? Just about a year ago, medical studies found that the drug was responsible for an up to 74 percent increase in blood clots and other cardiopulmonary problems. Because of this, the manufacturer was told to set aside $610 million for the injuries caused to Yaz users.
“Have you applied for your part of the $610 million settlement,” said Jesse Levine with Med Recall News. “There could be money waiting there for you and we can help you get your cash without paying us a fee.”
So far only 1900 people have applied for the money from the Yaz settlement. According to Bloomberg News, the average settlement has been around $212,000.
“Don’t miss out on the $212,000 that the average former Yaz user is getting for taking the drug,” he said. “For more than 10 years we have been an advocate for consumers that unfortunately took medication or used medical devices that were found to cause injuries. We want to make sure that Yaz users know that they can come to us for free information about how to get their part of the $610 million settlement.”
Yaz users that experienced blood clots, DVT and pulmonary embolism injuries from using the popular birth control drug are urged to check out Med Recall News before the window for applying for settlement funds closes. Only experienced lawyers can file cases for funds from the settlement. However, Med Recall News makes it easy to get all the information needed to apply for funds, and proper lawyer in one easy online location.
“As a consumer service we have all of the information about the Yaz settlement available on our website for free,” Levine said. “We want to make it easy for the people that suffered injuries, or could possibly suffer injuries, from Yaz to get the details they need to potentially recover from the settlement funds. The deadline is coming and unless people file soon they may miss out on the money to compensate them for their damages.” There is no upfront filing fee or legal expenses.
For more information about the $610 million Yaz settlement, and how to file your claim for funds from taking the popular birth control medication, please check out the free information on the Med Recall News website at http://www.medrecallnews.com or simply call MedRecall News at 1-888-202-1727
Media Contact: Christopher Allard